Mark Recchi's advice to players is to sign CBA now
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11-15-2012, 03:33 PM
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And because Recchi doesn't agree with the PA strategy, they have to undermine his position as though it can't be objective. Why would he try to take the owners side just because he wants to or is an owner? Phillips comment suggests that Recchi has something to gain for taking the owner's side. But what does he gain? Are the owners going to give him a big fat cheque because he disagreed with the PA strategy? And Recchi didn't actually side with the owners. It's not like he said one side is right or wrong. I guess the PA has a problem because a) he doesn't agree with their strategy and b) former player doesn't trash the owners like the guys who still depend on those owners to sign their paycheques.
Yes, he must be the enemy guys.
The PA has been doing this all along, questioning the integrity of anyone who disagrees with their position.
They did it through their shills, like how Allan Walsh tries to paint media members as league mouth pieces and through staunch union supporting players like Phillips like in this case.
What they are doing is pretty transparent.
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